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Old 11-04-2007, 10:10 AM   #15
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Dave, Janet cut one paragraph off her normal boilerplated reply:
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About attachment storage limits

When you upload a copy of an image file (or other attachment) it is stored on our servers. There are some restrictions on how much can be stored.

Registered members are limited to 10 MB of attachment storage for items posted to threads and posts and 100 MB for files posted to the photo gallery. We highly recommend that yu reduce file sizes before uploading them to posts and threads.

Contributing members have unlimited attachment storage for threads and posts. A contributing membership is an annual commitment. If a contributing membership reverts to a standard account, loaded images will still remain, but if you have exceeded the storage limits of a standard member account (10 MB), you may be unable to load more attachments.
Andy R wrote about the change in this recent thread.
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Old 11-04-2007, 10:14 AM   #16
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Thanks Bob, as always you are very helpful.
I tried wading through the enhanced thread yesterday and didn't find my answer. I guess it's (past) time to sign up!
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Old 11-04-2007, 10:43 AM   #17
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...On my old pooter I could resize to just about any image size I wanted, I could size it to 668x702 if I so chose to do so...
many cameras and older pceez came with a free (detuned) version of acdsee

ACDSee Photo Software

their image editor DOES allow resizing quickly and easily by the pixel...

no newer mac version but the current pc version is shareware (49$) and on par with p-chop express, with better file management features...

OLDER versions of the acdsee are still available for free....

ACDSee - OldVersion.com

2.0 has the size by pixel feature.

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mrmossyone---

Hope you've solved your problem. We all love pictures here. Remember that dimension is not the only criteria. You can get a great image for the web by using the "save for web" feature available in most graphic programs.

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You may already have the software on a PC and just don't know it. Right-click (let's see Mac users do that!) on the image file icon and a menu will drop down; scroll down to 'Open With' -- that will tell you the programs that could open it.
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I'm surprised more mac users haven't jumped all over this one! We use two buttom mice too. Or if a user has a single button mouse, all one needs to do is hold down the control button and then click. And yes a list with available programs opens... This option has been available for a long time, possibly from the beginning.
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Old 11-04-2007, 10:53 AM   #19
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I'm surprised more mac users haven't jumped all over this one!
I didn't jump on the first 128K RAM Mac but bought the 512K Fat Mac as soon as they came out. Must have strayed along the way... I'll probably be getting back into them when my Dell goes south.
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Old 11-04-2007, 01:44 PM   #20
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Lets give it a shot.
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There ya go - looks great!
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Good start! It looks compressed end-to-end. Post the name of the software you chose and I'm sure somebody will know how to make a resize stay proportional.
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Old 11-04-2007, 01:59 PM   #23
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Here's my beautiful avocado green sink and a pick of the bunk beds on each side.
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Good start! It looks compressed end-to-end. Post the name of the software you chose and I'm sure somebody will know how to make a resize stay proportional.
Yeah that was a cropped/messed up one. I think the next ones are proportional, I think.
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M. Moss -- Don't think I've said I still own a '74 Argosy. Same colors too!

Those last 3 pics and your set over at http://www.airforums.com/forums/f415...tml#post475232 are still compressed side-to-side.

What software are you editing in?

If we get this straightened out I can help the original posts show corrected images.
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I resized them with Paint.
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I use the before mentioned "Gimp" a lot although it is a big program to learn. I have used it enough to really be able to create images.

A simpler program is Paint.net. It is designed to replace "Corol Photohouse" and is free. Like the "Gimp", "Paint.net" is developed by universities and is constantly updated.

They would like donations if you like their product however, but its not required.

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I resized them with Paint.
Proportional resizing in Paint (ie, length & width kept to same proportions) is a tedious task at best -- and way to hard compared to how simple it can be. I'd recommend going back to 2air's post and downloading one of the free versions of ACDSee. The version 8.1 should be the better. ACDSee has always been highly reviewed on the photo websites; eg, Digital Photography Review. Nothing wrong with these older versions.
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